St. Louis, Mo., July 16, 2019 – The Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer team posted its first undefeated regular season in 2018 and made a trip to the Final Four for the third time in the last four years.
Head coach Jim Conlon guided the Bears to a 21-1 overall record and a fourth-straight University Athletic Association (UAA) title. WashU set single-season school records for fewest goals allowed (6), shutouts (16), wins (21), winning percentage (.955) and consecutive wins (21).
Conlon and his staff earned picked up some hardware along the way, earning United Soccer Coaches Central Region Staff of the Year and UAA Coaching Staff of the Year. The Bears had four student-athletes earn All-America honors for the first time in school history – Maggie Crist (first), Darcy Cunningham (first), Hannah Menard (first) and Taylor Cohen (second).
#1 - August 1
#2 - July 30
#3 - July 25
#4 - July 23
#5 - July 18
#6 - Women's Soccer Undefeated Regular Season/Final Four
#7 - John Howard named National Pitcher of the Year
#8 - Women's XC/TF Named Top Program in Division III
#9 - Historic Baseball Season
#10 - Alison Lindsay Named NCAA Top-10 Award winner